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  • A return to wind power for global shipping promises benefits for multiple stakeholders

    It’s believed that the invention of sails in Ancient Egypt allowed the first sailboats—and hence, the first wave of maritime commerce—to become viable 5,500 years ago. And many thought that with the end of sail-based shipping in the late 1950s (with exceptions), that was that: who needs sails when you have powered sea navigation?

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  • These aren’t the 5G security flaws you’re looking for

    In the first (but not best!) Star Wars movie, there’s a famous sequence when Ben Kenobi (as we still know him as at this point) plays a ‘Jedi mind trick’ on some guards to convince them, ‘These are not the droids you’re looking for.’

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  • Ericsson is right. We shouldn’t wait around for killer 5G slicing use cases

    Last month telecoms.com sat down with Hannes Ekström, Head of Strategy for Business Area Networks at Ericsson—and if you didn’t see it yet, it’s definitely worth 10 minutes of your time.

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